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@book{ wphp_12379
  author={Ramsay,Allan and Otway,Thomas and Steele,Richard and Lee,Nathaniel and Philips,Ambrose and Etherege,George and Fenton,Elijah and Hoadly,Benjamin and Lillo,George and Congreve,William and Gay,John and Dryden,John and Young,Edward and Cibber,Colley and Addison,Joseph and Shakespeare,William and Farquhar,George and Southerne,Thomas and Fielding,Henry and Vanbrugh,John and Thomson,James and Garrick,David and Jonson,Ben and Villiers,George and Rowe,Nicholas and Centlivre,Susanna},
  title={The Theatre: or, Select Works of the British Dramatic Poets. In twelve volumes. To which are prefixed, the lives of these celebrated writers, and strictures on most of the plays.},
  publisher={Martin & Wotherspoon \& },
  address={Edinburgh},    }
@book{ wphp_12184
  author={Johnson,Samuel and Fenton,Elijah and Brown,John and Mallet,David and Shakespeare,William and Villiers,George and Cowley,Hannah and Kelly,Hugh and Hull,Thomas and Brooke,Henry and Hawkesworth,John and Farquhar,George and Shadwell,Charles and Thomson,James and Lillo,George and Colman,George (the elder) and Dryden,John and Vanbrugh,John and Hartson,Hall and Southerne,Thomas and Havard,William and Howard,Robert and Hill,Aaron and Addison,Joseph and Home,John and Rowe,Nicholas and Bickerstaff,Isaac and Garrick,David and Shirley,James and Ramsay,Allan and Milton,John and Jonson,Ben and Lee,Nathaniel and Congreve,William and Cumberland,Richard and Beaumont,Francis and Fletcher,John and Cibber,Colley and Young,Edward and Whitehead,William and Wycherley,William and Hughes,John and Murphy,Arthur and Centlivre,Susanna and Shirley,William and Goldsmith,Oliver and Steele,Richard and Miller,James and Glover,Richard and Jones,Henry and Johnson,Charles and Otway,Thomas},
  title={Bell's British Theatre. Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays.},
  publisher={John Bell [90 Strand] \& George Cawthorn, Apollo Press},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_1240
  author={Addison,Joseph and Hill,Aaron and Philips,Ambrose and Southerne,Thomas and Lee,Nathaniel and Massinger,Philip and Farquhar,George and Fletcher,John and Kemble,John Philip and Shakespeare,William and Dryden,John and Murphy,Arthur and Home,John and Colman,George (the younger) and Tobin,John and Baillie,Joanna and Beaumont,Francis and Thomson,James and Hoadly,Benjamin and Macklin,Charles and Moore,Edward and Whitehead,William and Shirley,William and Garrick,David and Hartson,Hall and Jephson,Robert and Young,Edward and Gay,John and Lillo,George and Vanbrugh,John and O'Keeffe,John and Miller,James and Congreve,William and Morton,Thomas and Reynolds,Frederick and Jones,Henry and Cowley,Hannah and Burgoyne,John and Goldsmith,Oliver and Centlivre,Susanna and Hughes,John and Steele,Richard and Otway,Thomas and Brooke,Henry and Rowe,Nicholas and Cibber,Colley and Cumberland,Richard and Bickerstaff,Isaac and Jonson,Ben and Sheridan,Richard Brinsley},
  title={The British Theatre; or, A collection of plays, which are acted at the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, Covent Garden, and Haymarket. Printed under the authority of the managers from the prompt books. With critical and biographical remarks, by Mrs. Inchbald. In twenty-five volumes.},
  publisher={Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_13467
  author={Burgoyne,John and Macklin,Charles and Foote,Samuel and Townley,James and O'Hara,Kane and Carey,Henry and Gay,John and Sheridan,Richard Brinsley and Cumberland,Richard and Goldsmith,Oliver and Colman,George (the elder) and Fielding,Henry and Centlivre,Susanna and Steele,Richard and Farquhar,George and Bickerstaff,Isaac and Cibber,Colley and Vanbrugh,John and Garrick,David and Wycherley,William and Howard,Robert and Villiers,George and Milton,John and Walpole,Horace and Hartson,Hall and Franklin,Benjamin and Murphy,Arthur and Dodsley,Robert and Home,John and Brown,John and Jones,Henry and Glover,Richard and Moore,Edward and Mason,William and Whitehead,William and Johnson,Samuel and Thomson,James and Miller,James and Brooke,Henry and Havard,William and Hill,Aaron and Hoadly,Benjamin and Lillo,George and Fenton,Elijah and Young,Edward and Hughes,John and Philips,Ambrose and Addison,Joseph and Rowe,Nicholas and Congreve,William and Southerne,Thomas and Otway,Thomas and Dryden,John and Lee,Nathaniel and Massinger,Philip and Beaumont,Francis and Fletcher,John and Shakespeare,William and Jonson,Ben and Brooke,Frances},
  title={The Modern British Drama. In five volumes.},
  publisher={William Miller [Albemarle Street] \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_13473
  author={Congreve,William and Tobin,John and Hill,Aaron and Dodsley,Robert and Kelly,Hugh and Miller,James and Holman,Joseph George and Shirley,William and Thomson,James and Jones,Henry and Colman,George (the younger) and Hughes,John and Whitehead,William and Jephson,Robert and Vanbrugh,John and Brooke,Henry and Philips,Ambrose and Steele,Richard and Lillo,George and Allingham,John Till and Burgoyne,John and Jonson,Ben and Hoadly,Benjamin and Kemble,John Philip and Brown,John and Cobb,James and Milton,John and Southerne,Thomas and Otway,Thomas and Cibber,Colley and Pilon,Frederick and Holcroft,Thomas and Centlivre,Susanna and Birch,Samuel and Lee,Nathaniel and Macklin,Charles and Farquhar,George and O'Hara,Kane and Fletcher,John and Beaumont,Francis and Young,Edward and Inchbald,Elizabeth and Foote,Samuel and Moore,Edward and Knight,Thomas and Cowley,Hannah and Addison,Joseph and Murphy,Arthur and Dibdin,Charles and Rowe,Nicholas and Garrick,David and Colman,George (the elder) and Goldsmith,Oliver and Cumberland,Richard and Jackman,Isaac and Lewis,Matthew Gregory and Fielding,Henry and Bickerstaff,Isaac and Sheridan,Richard Brinsley and Kotzebue,August Friedrich Ferdinand von and Gay,John and Townley,James and Cherry,Andrew and Coffey,Charles and Carey,Henry and Massinger,Philip and Gentleman,Francis and O'Brien,Mr. and Francklin,Thomas and Moncrieff,William Thomas and Thompson,Benjamin and Andrews,Miles Peter and King,Thomas and Dudley,Sir Henry Bate and Hartwell,Henry and Cross,James Cartwright},
  title={The London Stage; a collection of the most reputed tragedies, comedies, operas, melo-dramas, farces, and interludes. Accurately printed from acting copies, as performed at the Theatres Royal, and carefully collated and revised.},
  publisher={Giles Balne},
  address={London},    }